Postpartum Depression Educational Video -New Jersey

This video is very supportive and informational for all women who do not know about postpartum depression or currently have it. In this video there is several women who talk about their experience with postpartum depression. They mention the way they felt, and what they did to get help. Postpartum Depression effects women of all ages, races and economic backgrounds. A big support group is held … Continue reading Postpartum Depression Educational Video -New Jersey

Let’s Talk about Postpartum Depression | Lisa Abramson | TEDxSantaCatalinaSchool

This video talk about raising awareness about postpartum depression and postpartum  psychosis. This video is amazing because Lisa Abramson talks about her personal experience with postpartum psychosis and explains how she managed to get her life back on track after being in a mental hospital. She mentions that one in seven women get postpartum depression yet there is very few awareness to this issue. New mothers need lots of … Continue reading Let’s Talk about Postpartum Depression | Lisa Abramson | TEDxSantaCatalinaSchool

Postpartum Depression and the Baby Blues(Symptoms, Treatment, and Support for New Mothers)

This website is very helpful for women that are clueless in postpartum depression, and baby blues. It explains the differences between postpartum depression and baby blues. This website also explains the symptoms, treatments/ solutions, and support for new mothers. Throughout the article it provides women with advise on how to decrease  postpartum depression and how to reduce stress. Great examples of this would be; If you don’t have … Continue reading Postpartum Depression and the Baby Blues(Symptoms, Treatment, and Support for New Mothers)

Postpartum Support International

Postpartum depression does not let women function properly on a daily basis because it messes with their daily routine. It may interrupt a woman’s ability to work in a work environment due to stress and mixed emotions that can cause a woman to cry, get very aggravated in a matter of seconds, lose focus, decrease in energy, and get annoyed easily. All these effects are … Continue reading Postpartum Support International

Postpartum Depression Effects on Early Interactions, Parenting, and Safety Practices: A Review

According to NCBI (2011) there where some studies done of women with postpartum depression that had similar results. Apparently women with postpartum depression slept their babies in the same position; in prone position. Even though this position is bad for babies; women do it anyway because the babies sleep longer. Infants with mothers that had postpartum depression developed bad habits such as: latching on their … Continue reading Postpartum Depression Effects on Early Interactions, Parenting, and Safety Practices: A Review

Different planets

Lack of support from family and friends can cause postpartum depression. In other countries women are very well supported during and after birth by family and friends, “…her partner Tommy Svedberg, 41 – who was at the birth and is now taking paternity leave to be involved in his daughter’s first weeks… “Once I’m home, I’ll be able to phone the hospital with any worries … Continue reading Different planets

Postpartum Depression (Diseas and Conditions)

Postpartum depression splits into physical changes and emotional issues. Physical changes; before or after women give birth, women experience extreme changes in their body. Women’s emotions are on a rollercoaster. The reason why women can experience postpartum depression according to Mayo Clinic (2015) is due to a huge drop of hormones (estrogen and progesterone). The cause of this depression can also be because of other hormones composed by … Continue reading Postpartum Depression (Diseas and Conditions)